Every week, a business school professor, an expert in his or her field, is defining key terms on FT Lexicon, the online economics, business and finance glossary of the Financial Times.
We are happy to announce that our faculty member Mark Esposito from the Grenoble School of Management has achieved this great nomination! Congratulations, Mark!
This week, Mark defined three terms on the FT Lexicon :
- complexity management
- organizational violence
If you want to listen to Mark Esposito, you should sign up for our 2-day-module on August 18/19: Sustainable Business Management: More than a buzzword – insights of sustainability.
Some more words about Mark:
He is Professor at Grenoble School of Management and Lecturer of Systems Thinking at Harvard University. He is the Founder & Director of the Lab-Center for Responsible Competitiveness, a think tank affiliated with the MOC network of Prof. Michael Porter. A Fellow of the Center for Business and Sustainability at Ashridge Business School, he is author of 7 books, and his work appears regularly on the Harvard Business Review. Mark consults in the area of Corporate Sustainability worldwide.